Due to overwhelming response, we’ve reached the registration limit for the 2012 May RNAseq Bioinformatics Analysis Workshop. Many of the topics covered in this 2-day workshop are covered in our broader education offering, the 2012 Bioinformatics Short Course, including the next-generation sequencing platforms, quality control techniques, read and expression analysis, and experimental design incorporating these technologies.
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Location Schedule of Classes Course Speakers Sponsored in part by: We are happy to announce the 2012 Bioinformatics Short Course will be held September 10-14, 2012. This will be our 5th year offering our Bioinformatics Short Course (visit our year 2010 and 2011 sites). Each year has provided us opportunity to expand the course from previous years, and this year… Read more »
We’ve just finalized the location of our May Bioinformatics Professional Training Program courses. The RNASeq Workshop will be held in Meeting Room 1 at the UC Davis Activities & Recreation Center (ARC). Both the Data Visualization workshop and the Cloud Computing workshop will be held in Meeting Room 2 at the ARC. The ARC is… Read more »
High throughput biological data sets are growing exponentially both in size and complexity. Extracting meaningful information from this data requires not only programming skills, but also understanding of the analysis workflows and visualization tools that help to condense a large amount of information into a comprehensible story. This course will introduce ways to address the… Read more »
Our spring Cloud Computing for Bioinformatics workshop sponsored by the UC Davis Bioinformatics Core at Genome Center workshop will be held May 29-30, 2012. The course will cover the basics of cloud computing with a focus on Amazon Web Services (AWS) including account signup, overview of services offered focusing on those key to bioinformatics, identity… Read more »
RNA-seq is replacing microarray technology as a new tool to study transcriptome changes through massively parallel sequencing. The ability to read cDNA sequences directly makes it possible to study non-model organisms as well as model organisms with unprecedented sensitivity and reproducibility. This course will introduce next-generation sequencing platforms including Illumina, 454 and PacBio systems, and… Read more »